Easter Baskets {healthy and practical} Are Here.

I finished putting together my kid’s Easter baskets this morning, and I am pretty excited how they turned out.  Our baskets or buckets this year were found in the outside toy section at Target for $1.99 each.  At the bottom of the bucket there is a new bag of ankle socks topped with a large handful of Easter grass.  A pair of flip flops with a flashlight, granola bars, and fruit ropes complete the basket perfectly.  Hopefully a pair of swim goggles will make their way in before the big day.

I plan to fill Easter Eggs with printable jokes from the internet, health food store candy, and clementines – three of our favorite things.

Some other fun and sugar free Easter basket ideas may include:

  • New T-shirts or shorts
  • Pajamas
  • Slippers
  • Baseball cap
  • Sun screen
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimming goggles
  • Church ties
  • New toothbrushes with toothpaste
  • Mouthwash (big deal at my house)
  • New swim suit
  • Crayons, markers, stamps, coloring books.
  • Goggly eyes and art supplies
  • Hair clips for little girls
  • New belt
  • Harmonica
  • Sand box toys
  • etc.

{Happy Spring!}

 

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